We are pleased to share our new Communication Map. This document was initiated through collaborative efforts between SEPAC and the Administration. Our goal is to improve communication by providing parents/guardians with guidance on district contacts for questions, comments and concerns. The development of this document was a collaborative effort and we thank all the parents and staff who provided input.
The map indicates initial points of contact for parents/guardians as well as secondary contacts if a concern is not resolved, or question not answered, through the initial contact. We hope you find this to be a useful tool. The Communication Map can be found on the home page of the Maynard public schools or by clicking directly on the following link:
MHS Fun Fundraiser
Maynard High School Class of 2018 will be holding a family country night on Sunday May17, 2015 from 3:30 to 7:30 pm at 1 tiger drive. There will be line dancing classes, a country themed movie, games, and more. Tickets include a slice of pizza and all the fun events. Ticket prices will be &7 per person or $25 per family (of 4 or more).
For more information feel free to email our class advisor, Olga Doktorov at: email@example.com
Dave Herlihy Memorial Benefit Concert
Save the date. The Dave Herlihy Memorial Benefit Concert will be held on Friday, May 22nd at 7pm in the Maynard High School Auditorium
The Concert will feature many bands including Maynard High School student
Jae Mannion and his band Fire Hazard. In addition, there will be multiple gift cards donated by local businesses to raffle off between sets.
Tickets are $10 each (at the door).
Important Events and Reminders:
In an effort to streamline the Superintendent’s Notes, I will provide important upcoming events or announcements that have already been posted in previous Superintendent’s Notes in this section.
School Pesticide Notification
This notification is being sent to you in conformance with the Children’s & Families Protection Act (Chapter 85 of the Acts of 2000). The Act requires we notify you when pesticides are applied on the outside of public and private schools, day care centers and school age child care programs.
We are having Fowler School, 3 Tiger Drive and Green Meadow Elementary School, 5 Tiger Drive, treated with the Sentricon Termite Baiting System in response to the presence of termites. We selected this treatment method to reduce risk and hazard to our student population and staff. At various times during the course of the year, the Waltham Services Company may remove monitoring devices placed below ground in plastic holding stations and replace them with baits lethal to termites. The pesticide bait is non-volatile and not accessible or visible from above.
Please feel free to call me at the Business Office at 978-897-8251, Mr. Mela, principal at Fowler School at 978-897-6700 or Mrs. Dankner, principal at Green Meadow at 978-897-8246 should you have questions.
Website: www.mass.gov/agr, then follow the links to the Children’s Protection page